|SinhalenFOSS ep37 - Bud, Chanux|
SinhalenFOSS is a weekly podcast dedicated to Free & Open Source Software done using the Sinhala language. In SinhalenFOSS ep37, we have a lot of political news including the access to Internet being considered a fundamental right by most, March 31 is Document Freedom Day, State of Victoria in Aussie planning on using Linux for e-voting machines, MPL getting an overhaul after a decade, Apple owns all your apps and so much more...
Keywords: mozilla; apple; nosql
|SuperMondays - An introduction to massive data sets, using SQL and noSQL approaches|
Recorded at SuperMondays in January 2012.http://www.supermondays.org/2012/02/02/review-an-introduction-to-massive-data-sets-using-sql-and-nosql-approaches/
Keywords: SuperMondays; SQL; NoSQL; Big Data
|20. Eng Dynamic Query Forms With No SQL Vishnu R - Vishnu R & Swapna Hari|
The current trends in technology like Big data, Big user and Cloud computing that leads to the adoption of NoSQL. NoSQL means Not Only SQL. Today most of the applications are hosted in cloud and that are available through internet. They must support large number of users 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This create an increase in number of concurrent users. So here needs a technique to handle large number of data...
Keywords: Query Form; NoSQL; User Interaction
|A Scalable RDF Store Based on HBase - Sever Fundatureanu|
The exponential growth of the Semantic Web leads to aneed for a scalable storage solution for RDF data. In thisproject, we design a quad store based on HBase, a NoSQLdatabase which has proven to scale out to thousands of nodes.We adopt an Id-based schema and argue why it enables a goodtrade-off between loading and retrieval performance. We devisea novel bulk loading technique based on HBase coprocessorsand we compare it to a traditional Map-Reduce technique.
Keywords: hbase; nosql; hadoop; map-reduce; RDF; semantic web; scalable
|Mike Friedman: Real-World MongoDB Aggregation for Perl|
Mike Friedman (aka @friedo) is back from New York with another great talk for us: MongoDB's dynamic aggregation framework allows users to filter documents through arbitrary pipelines of powerful operators. It's like a Unix pipeline, but for structured big-data documents instead of text. This talk explains the aggregation framework and examines three real-world examples using real data sets and Perl.
Keywords: perl; computer languages; computer programming; software development; MongoDB; NoSQL; databases
|DrupalCon SF 2010: MongoDB - Humongous Drupal|
Drupal sites live or die by their database. For years we've accepted the strengths (and weaknesses) of RDBMS, mostly MySQL, sometimes PostgreSQL, but serious alternate contenders for storing our data have not been available. The convergence of two awesome things, Drupal 7 and MongoDB (from "humongous"), are changing that, and ushering in a new era of LAMP. Meet Mongo Mitch MongoDB was born out of the need for three things: speed, scale and simplicity...
Keywords: DrupalCon 2010; d7; database; MongoDB; NoSQL; performance; scalability
|5in5NYC Ep 07 - 10Gen & Friends: MongoDB, Bitfloor, NextBigSound, Crowdtap, & Art.sy|
10Gen - the MongoDB company! Bitfloor - Professional bitcoin exchange NextBigSound - Actionable intelligence for the music industry Crowdtap - Enabling leading brands to easily identify, activate and manage their influential consumers Art.sy - Discover art you'll love, featuring work from leading galleries, museums and private collections around the world.
Keywords: startup; tech; 10gen; mongodb; nextbigsound; crowdtap; nosql; nyc; nytech; art.sy; bitcoin; bitfloor; art; marketing
|Foundation DB Podcast - Rich Brueckner|
In this slidecast, Dave Rosenthal from FoundationDB, the first commercially available NoSQL database that supports global ACID transactions (found only in relational systems) and multi-data models.Database technologies are undergoing rapid evolution, with new approaches being actively explored after decades of relative stability. Dave Rosenthal believes that the next generation of NoSQL will continue to employ shared-nothing, distributed architectures with fault tolerance and scalability...
Keywords: hpc; supercomputing; NoSQL; ACID; database; Big Data; RichReport; insideBIGDATA; FoundationDB podcast; FoundationDB; cloud computing
|NodeUp Eleven - NodeUp|
|Web-oriented Data Formats and Their Management in the Mobile Era|
Future Internet envisages a global network of Internet-enabled objects, in most cases mobile and wireless nodes, mainly accessible through web standards. This network connection implies a big flux of data through mobile devices and wireless networks, most of which are unstructured. Such data need to be structured, collected and/or organized in web-oriented formats to be published within every web framework and managed by a backend database structure...
Keywords: Web-oriented Data Formats; XML; JSON; RDFa; Metadata; Microformats; Microdat; HTML5; DBMS; NoSQL; Internet of Things; Web of Things
|http://www.nuodb.com/ - Cloud database - Operational DBMS - nuodb.com|
NuoDB - http://www.nuodb.com/ - is the leading distributed SQL database for deployment in any datacenter, in any cloud, anywhere, without the compromises of other NewSQL database.
Keywords: Cloud database; Operational DBMS; scale-out DB; Amazon AWS Marketplace; Database Performance; in memory database; ACID Consistency; Multiple Data Centers; Key-value Store; NoSQL